In February 1905 the Oregon State Academy of Sciences formed in
Portland to promote scientific research and diffusion of scientific
knowledge in Oregon. The founders also planned to assist in the
discovery and development of the state's natural resources. The
Academy was the first scientific society in Oregon with professional...
The Amphipoda have been divided into the suborders Gammaridea,
Caprellidea, Cyamidea, Hyperiidea and Ingolfiellidea
(Schram 1986, Crustacea. Oxford University Press, New
York). However, Myers and Lowry (2003) regard the caprellids,
or skeleton shrimps, and the cyamids, or whale lice, as
families Caprellidae and Cyamidae. These distinctive groups
are covered in...
Wild life in Oregon : being a stirring recital of actual scenes of daring and peril among the gigantic forests and terrific rapids of the Columbia River (the Mississippi of the Pacific slope). And giving life-like pictures of terrific encounters with savages ... Including a full, fair and reliable history...
While high-performance computing is a fundamental component of CyberGIS, equally important is establishing a fundamental connection between CyberGIS and the various user communities requiring it. This involves the sharing, communication, and collaboration of authoritative, relevant spatial science not only among GIS specialists within their respective organizations, but across relat-ed scientific...
GIScience (geographic information science) is a scholarly discipline that addresses
fundamental issues surrounding the use of a variety of digital technologies to handle
geographic information; namely, information about places, activities, and phenomena on
and near the surface of the Earth that are stored in maps or images. GIScience includes